The Kellner Knights Snowmobile Club is based in Wisconsin Rapids, WI and serves southeast Wood and southwest Portage Counties. Founded in 1970, by a group of avid snowmobilers hoping to improve the sport of snowmobiling by influencing others to ride safe and respect the land they ride on.
Without local snowmobile clubs, there would be no trails!
Clubs supply the volunteers that actually do the work on the trails. Snowmobile trails are open to the public because of the work of these club members; not the County Parks Department, not the DNR or anyone else.
Contribute to the trail system by joining the club, becoming a business sponsor or by making a donation!
Latest News and Trail Reports
Summer Picnic - This isn't a picnic just for club members who have attended meetings, it's for EVERY member. So, please come out to enjoy the day, have something to eat and drink, and chat with other snowmobile enthusiasts. Continue reading President’s Message - Next to a groomer, a polar vortex could be considered a snowmobilers best friend. What a fantastic year for riding. Our groomers, Josh Lassa, Mike Sievers and Jeff Van Dreel deserve a big thank you for all of their dedication and hours of service. This is a big undertaking for guys who have full time jobs and try to … Continue reading CAP/STEP Bill One Step Closer - The Senate has CAP/STEP scheduled for a 2nd reading tomorrow March 18th. Hopefully, it passes the Senate and moves on to the Governor for a signature. CAP/STEP will add MUCH needed funds to the trail system. Continue reading It Was Fun While It Lasted! - Kellner Knights, Rudolph and Sunset Drifter trails will close at 8am tomorrow morning. Trails up near Marshfield are still open and some clubs have reported to be out grooming. Continue reading March Newsletter and Trail Report - March Newsletter Club meeting Thursday March 13th, 7pm at the Chat-R-Box in Kellner. Everyone is welcome! Here’s your March Newsletter Trail Report Trails are in excellent condition but don’t expect that to last much longer. Forecast calls for warmer weather, especially for Sunday and Monday. Looks like Spring might come this year after … Continue reading Bad Night for the Tucker - I just got word that the Tucker broke down and wont be repaired until Thursday at the earliest. The tractor will be out grooming but it is limited due to the deep snow. The north/south corridor should be in good shape this week. The fields out to the east will have to wait for the … Continue reading